Students will develop skills in halving and estimation.
Students can test their knowledge of number bonds for 5, 10 and 100.
An engaging game that reinforces multiplication facts. The student can choose which number to practise, or can choose random number facts. Choose Cloud Click.
Choose the Displacement-Time Graph Game. Move the car to draw the displacement-time graph. Once you understand the connection between the movement of the car and its related graph, test yourself by playing one of the games.
A neat Geogebra applet to interactively illustrate vector addition. From The Lawrenceville School Math Department Website.
A lovely Geogebra applet that graphically shows how the sine and cosine functions are generated from the unit circle. From The Lawrenceville School Mathematics Department Web Resources.
You are given 4 cards, the operations +, -, x, / and brackets. Your task is to construct an expression using all 4 cards that evaluates to 24. Oh, and you have to find an answer in less than 1 minute. Initially this task is can be very challenging, but the more problems you try, the easier they become. From Cool Maths.
An animated jigsaw puzzle from Cool Maths! And it is really, really cool - I couldn't leave the page until I had solved it.
Count forwards and backwards with the Super Sequencer, including decimals and negative numbers. There are 3 speeds - slow, medium and fast. From Ambleside Primary.
The Multi Sequencer displays two sequences simultaneously. Click on [Instructions] and then [More] to get some ideas how you might use this.
Explore the relationship between fractions and decimals with your class. Click the IDEAS button for some great ideas. From Ambleside Primary.